LIVE: Qari Muhammed Saad Nomani Madani


Qari Muhammed Saad Nomani Madani
“99 Qaris in 1 Man”

Houghton Musjid – West Street

Livestream After Esha Salaah – Approx 7:45pm

Saad Nomani, also known as Sheikh Muhammad Saad Nomani Madani s/o Shahid Khalil Nomani, is a reciter of the Quran who is known for his imitations of various reciters, or qaris, of the world. A qari is one who recites verses or chapters from the Quran in a rhythmic manner under strict rules of articulation and recitation. Nomani has the ability to imitate more than 83 qaris and imams including the imams of the two Holy Mosques of the Muslim world in Makkah and Madinah.

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Duaas to be recited in Qaumah


Kusoof (Solar Eclipse)

• At the time of Kusoof (solar eclipse) it is Sunnah to offer 2 rakaats Salaah.
• Salaatul Kusoof maybe offered in congregation
• there is no Azaan or Iqaamah
• it is Sunnah to recite very long Surahs in Salaatul Kusoof, like Surah Baqarah etc, and also to do long rukoo and sajdhas. The Qiraat should be recited softly
• After the salaah, Imaam should engage in Dua and follwers should say Ameen. Whilst the eclipse continues, one should be engaging in Dua.


National Geographic

1 September 2016 — Annular Solar Eclipse

Solar Eclipse 2016 Guide: When, Where & How to See It